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WIN A 1963 CORVETTE STING RAY FUELIE!

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Enter today for a chance to win a 1963 Riverside Red (original paint) matching numbers Corvette fuelie convertible Sting Ray. This beautiful American icon C2 Corvette could be yours.

In 1963 Chevrolet introduced its first all-new Corvette in a decade. Essential elements of the experimental Q-Corvette and Bill Mitchells Sting Ray dream car came together to form the prettiest and most advanced Corvette yet. Finally GM had a proper no-excuses sports car on its hands. A completely new purpose-built chassis featured four-wheel independent suspension big drum brakes (discs were still in development) with a 360hp iteration of the 327 cubic-inch small-block V8. The 1963 Corvette is a true icon of American motoring and one of the most recognizable shapes in automotive design. More than five decades since its inception the C2 Corvette stands as one of the most revered iconic and collectible cars of all time.

This fundraiser supports the non-profit Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum in Auburn, Indiana. When you support the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum by making a charitable gift, you help us fulfill our mission of providing unique educational experiences based on the history and legacy of the automotive industry. Our efforts to preserve and interpret the automotive collection, National Historic Landmark building, the archives, and the rich history cannot be accomplished without you and your support.

For more information click on the image above or go to https://automobilemuseum.org/. For questions on the raffle call (260) 925-1444 or email info@automobilemuseum.org.
Event Details
Where:
1600 S. Wayne St.
Auburn, IN 46706
When:
Nov 16, 2021  -  Dec 28, 2021
Drawing will be held at the museum on Dec. 28th, 2021 at 5:00PM
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